These are some of my fave fake photos:
Wanna see a blue watermelon, grown especially in Japan?
|These are actually plushies!|
One of my not-so-fave fakes? This one:
|Do Not Believe This, Please.|
Now, I'm someone who works out, and I was actually very interested when I saw this pin. The more I looked at it, though, the more I rolled my eyes. They're stuck now, my eyes...way back in my head.
Why would someone do this? There is no way this workout burns 1,000 calories. A marathon -- 26 miles of sweaty, slobbery ambling along a hard surface -- 'only' burns 2,600 calories. People will see this pin and think they can eat a couple of brownies then burn everything off with this workout! This plays on our need for a 'quick fix' and is something we all know and love: click-bait.
I guess my advice, should you choose to take it, would be to question everything more...oh, and don't fall for the 'iodine and baby oil mixture removes hair' myth. My early teen years were very informative, people.